A G Herzog

Summary

Affiliation: Harvard University
Country: USA

Publications

  1. Herzog A, Farina E, Drislane F, Schomer D, Smithson S, Fowler K, et al. A comparison of anastrozole and testosterone versus placebo and testosterone for treatment of sexual dysfunction in men with epilepsy and hypogonadism. Epilepsy Behav. 2010;17:264-71 pubmed publisher
  2. Herzog A. Differential impact of antiepileptic drugs on the effects of contraceptive methods on seizures: Interim findings of the epilepsy birth control registry. Seizure. 2015;28:71-5 pubmed publisher
    ..Interim EBCR findings suggest that contraception category and interactions between contraception category and AED category are predictive factors for changes in seizure frequency in WWE. ..
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    Herzog A, Drislane F, Schomer D, Pennell P, Bromfield E, Kelly K, et al. Differential effects of antiepileptic drugs on sexual function and reproductive hormones in men with epilepsy: interim analysis of a comparison between lamotrigine and enzyme-inducing antiepileptic drugs. Epilepsia. 2004;45:764-8 pubmed
    ..01). Sexual function, BAT levels, BAT/BAE, and gonadal efficiency are greater with LTG than with EIAED. Abnormally low BAT levels are reached at an earlier age with EIAEDs than with LTG. ..
  4. Herzog A, Fowler K, Sperling M, Liporace J, Kalayjian L, Heck C, et al. Variation of seizure frequency with ovulatory status of menstrual cycles. Epilepsia. 2011;52:1843-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Because the proportional increases in 2°GTCS frequency during anovulatory cycles correlate with the proportional increases in EP level ratios, these findings support a possible role for reproductive steroids in 2°GTCS occurrence. ..
  5. Herzog A. Catamenial epilepsy: Update on prevalence, pathophysiology and treatment from the findings of the NIH Progesterone Treatment Trial. Seizure. 2015;28:18-25 pubmed publisher
    ..There is sound evidence for the existence of catamenial epilepsy and class 3 evidence for adjunctive progesterone treatment of the perimenstrually exacerbated subtype. ..
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    Herzog A, Farina E, Blum A. Serum valproate levels with oral contraceptive use. Epilepsia. 2005;46:970-1 pubmed
  7. Herzog A, Mandle H, Cahill K, Fowler K, Hauser W. Differential impact of contraceptive methods on seizures varies by antiepileptic drug category: Findings of the Epilepsy Birth Control Registry. Epilepsy Behav. 2016;60:112-117 pubmed publisher
    ..53, p=0.0002). The findings provide community-based, epidemiological survey evidence that contraceptive methods may differ in their impact on seizures and that this impact may vary by antiepileptic drug category. ..
  8. Herzog A, Mandle H, Cahill K, Fowler K, Hauser W. Predictors of unintended pregnancy in women with epilepsy. Neurology. 2017;88:728-733 pubmed publisher
    ..In view of the important consequences of unintended pregnancy on pregnancy outcomes, these retrospective findings warrant further prospective investigation. ..
  9. Herzog A, MacEachern D, Mandle H, Cahill K, Fowler K, Davis A, et al. Folic acid use by women with epilepsy: Findings of the Epilepsy Birth Control Registry. Epilepsy Behav. 2017;72:156-160 pubmed publisher
    ..1%; p=0.045). Low prevalence of preconception FA use may reflect a need for more education. In addition, further research is needed to provide definitive evidence that FA reduces congenital malformations in the offspring of WWE. ..